The extensive roster of students that signed up at the booth
will accompany the additional documents required by Slow Food USA to formalize the campus chapter.
Beyond providing information, students were treated to apples, Dixon strawberries, Knoll Farms green garlic, Bellwether Carmody cheese, Cowgirl Creamery Mt. Tam cheese, and table crackers.
From the supportive and enthusiastic responses of the students that visited the booth, the Slow Food SMC chapter will have much opportunity for future growth and collaboration.